Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Siam Niramit Show in Bangkok with Hotel Transfer and Optional Dinner. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
A truly enjoyable show. Love the costumes, sets and music. The buffet is great and the small theme park is interesting. Don't wait until the last minute to eat
Amazing! This is a huge production so if you are thinking touristy and cheesy - it is not! I highly recommend this show to anyone visiting Bangkok. It is fun, interesting and showcases some great talent! Great for adults as well as families. Go go go!
Siam Nimarit was the most amazing show I have ever seem. Live animals (including elephants) pass the stage, which is enormous. Parts of the stage are even filled up with water, with actors swimming in it. The interaction with the public is great and every scene explained in English. We were able to fully understand the story and had an unforgettable time there. Unmissable!
The show is worth seeing. It is glamorous, ornate, and full of fabulous images. The food served, however, is acceptable, at best. It is a buffet that matches the quality of what you might expect in a college cafeteria. I would recommend the show and the trip through the Thai Village. However, I would skip the meal.
an immense , spectacular production . ultimately i was not engaged and whilst impressed i did not find it hugely enjoyable. the transfer was uneventful and sufficient time was allowed to negotiate Bangkok's crowded streets
You should not miss when you visit Bangkok. Good customer service and well organized. Dinner was good, you get to taste different Thai cuisine. The show was one of a kind with amazing effects. It was really worth it.
the way there took about 4 hours, the way back took about 20 minutes. awful traffic jams in bangkok at the time on night. the transfer there was just nerve-recking. the show itself: lot of decorations, interesting portraying of Thailand history, live elephants. but not acting at all, no choreography, no live music. just decor.